- Jul 15, 2020
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Nop, there is no rule about fixing % at 100% max. What do you do if you have 150% or 2500% change? or important 0.5% change? (not in game fps, other scenarios)You've kind of answered your own question: for percentage graphs, you should always go to 100%.
You need to fix it slightly above the max absolute value and that how you can see the relative change without zooming in, which is very inconvenient.
The data in the article presented very clearly and in a good, convenient way.
Maybe you want to fix it to 100% for it to be easier ignore the result that e-cors doesn't really matter in games so is is very much OK to leave them on.
I speculate that you don't fancy e-cores, correct?